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ANOTHER MIRACLE.

Another miracle has occurred at Claremorris, County Mayo, IrelandLast month Miss M. F. Cussack, “ The Nun of Kenmare,” who has been an invalid for the past nine years, arrived at a place of pilgrimage at Claremorris, within five miles of Knock, on a Saturday, and on the following Thursday attended mass at Knock, and was carried on a couch to the altar rails to receive communion, but before receiving it she stood up from the couch, knelt at the rails and received the communion kneeling, a thing which she had not done for nine years. This miracle was witnessed by priest, nuns, and hundreds of the people. Miss Cusack is a lady of great literary ability, who has written a life of O’Connell and many other works ; also, a history of Ireland.

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ANOTHER MIRACLE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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ANOTHER MIRACLE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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